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“Spine” Corset, designed by Shaun Leane for Alexander McQueen’s S/S 1998 collection “Untitled (The Golden Shower)”. Photographed for the V&A Savage Beauty exhibit.

Alexander McQueen S/S 1998 spine corset. The construction of this large body piece was complex, and Shaun Leane used a human skeleton to cast the corset. He crafted each bone by hand. The corset fastens like armour with three black leather buckle-straps.

2011 MET Gala

Aside from the amazingness that was the entire McQueen exhibit/MET Gala, I must say that the highlight of the evening came at the end. Riccardo Tisci is one of my top three favorite living designers and I have never before had the pleasure of meeting him.

House of Givenchy (French, founded 1952). Alexander McQueen (British, 1969–2010). Dress, autumn/winter 1997–98 haute couture. Black silk taffeta embroidered with black glass beads and crystals; black polychrome printed silk-cotton sateen; black synthetic lace. Courtesy of Givenchy | Photography © Platon #ChinaLookingGlass #AsianArt100

House of Givenchy (French, founded Alexander McQueen (British, Dress, autumn/winter haute couture. Black silk taffeta embroidered with black glass beads and crystals; Courtesy of Givenchy

“China: Through the Looking Glass” has been extended by three weeks through Labor Day, September 7! Encompassing approximately 30,000 square feet, it is The Costume Institute’s largest special exhibition ever and has drawn more than 350,000 visitors in its first eight weeks.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “China: Through the Looking Glass” has drawn more than visitors since opening, and will be extended through Labor Day.

Alexander McQueen & Damien Hirst Scarf Collaboration| A Film

In celebration of the anniversary of the skull scarf, Alexander McQueen presents an exclusive collaboration with Damien Hirst. The iconic skull scarf ha.